Embassy Education launches in HCM City

Wednesday, Oct 10, 2018 19:01

Embassy Education was officially launched in HCM City on Thursday. — VNS Photo

Embassy Education, which provides a continuum of learning through an integrated learning experience from preschool through high school and beyond, was officially launched on October 10 in HCM City.

Embassy Education consists of Little Embassy, an officially Reggio Children Preschool in Viet Nam providing early childhood education for children aged 2 to 6 years old; Royal Embassy Academy, a network of academies offering the full international baccalaureate programme that is arts and sports integrated; Global Embassy, a group providing consultation, guidance and support services for student and partents; and Soul Music and Performance Arts Academy, a music and performing arts academy providing international music and performance art curricula.

“The world will change and we don’t know what the future will look like, but if we equip our children with strong core values, respect, integrity, understanding and responsibility, I believe that we will build ambassadors for the country who are true global citizens,” said Thanh Bùi, founder of Embassy Education.

At the launching ceremony, Embassy Education signed collaboration contracts with educational partners, including Reggio Children from Italy; Harvard Graduate School of Education – Project Zero of USA; University of Turku, a member of Finland University; and 180 Studio of the US.

On Thursday and Friday, Embassy Education is organising the Seed and Spark Summit addressing the future of learning and the need to reimagine learning in the 21st century.

The event is part of a series of educational activities offering updates about the world of education to Việt nam.

The summit has attracted representatives from educational institutions, educators, researchers and practitioners from around the world.

The main topics include the importance of the learning environment for inspiring children to want to learn; developing global competencies in students; how different skills are developed through play pedagogy; teaching single subjects to teaching via an overarching topic to connect instruction over several different subject areas; and phenomenon-based learning. — VNS

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